Excerpt: I use this camera for two years and I'm rather Happy with it. It's quite perfect for wandering outdoor for landscape and nature pictures because of it's great pocketability, perfect ergonomy and long life battery.
Excerpt: I've shot 4,000+ photos on the R6 and find the camera to have a good mix of features, especially the lens. But the image quality in low light is simply awful, and it's gotten worse with age. The camera is pretty much worthless except in daylight scenes.
Excerpt: I can't recommend Ricoh Caplio R6. The features were great on paper, but the camera has white balance, exposure and flash issues. It is impossible to use as point-and-shoot unless in a perfectly lit outdoor setting, in which it does excellent pictures.
Excerpt: The camera is very easy to get to grips with. The controls and menus are very streightforward. I like the spot metering option. Image quality is quite good, although on the widest setting the corners can be blurred. The pictures are fiarly low in contrast and saturation, giving a greyish quality.
Excerpt: Great camera. Was concerned about image-noise, but so far hasn't been an issue, even in indoor settings. Night photography is another matter. Facebook photos (i.e. pub/club photography) are likely to be blurred regardless of your steady hold of the camera.
Excerpt: Takes stunning pictures for such a little camera. Good colour reproduction and good auto metering. Not so hot in low light - understandable given the small sensor. Wide angle shots get a little fuzzy towards the corners, and this is more pronounced to the right hand side.
Excerpt: I had this for a week and its going back. Compared to my old Sony DSC-L1, the pics are overexposed (especially indoor flash pics). even outdoor pics dont look very natural. Its feature packed, cheap, looks nice and has the best zoom ever .... but the pic quality wasn't too my liking!!
Excerpt: I've used Nikon, Canon, Olympus. Ricoh not perfect camera but good choice. Easy to use, great...great macro mode, metal body, good lens. Noise is problem up 400 iso, but you can limit the auto iso sensitive, some freaks shoot in scene mode. Problems: Face detection works badly.
Excerpt: After months of using the R6 i have to post my review here. I still like this cam. It nearly does all it claims to do. So here are my positive and negative remarks about the R6. Positive: - Excellent Lens for its size (smaller, but a bit slower than the R5 Lens) - Macro is outstanding!
Excerpt: I have great respect for my R4 but so has my wife so I thought I'd get myself a R6 while they are cheap. Can't really see the point of paying another £70+ for the R7 when the differences seem to be so slight.